An excellent team performance saw Enville U11's keep their unbeaten run going courtesy of a 2-1 win at home to Kidderminster Lions.

Enville went into the break 1-0 up following a goal from Sam Field. They increased the lead early in the second half with a well taken goal from Tom Curtis.

Regi Whitehouse received the man of the match trophy.

Halas Hawks.

An entertaining all-round team performance saw the U9s West come away from Kewford with a thoroughly deserved 1-1 draw, Ellis Meredith scoring the goal.

Player of the match, Constance Scofield, bagged two goals in the U9s Dynamos 4-1 defeat over Sedgley White Lions.

Other goals were scored by Alex Gardener and Thomas Widnall.

The U10s travelled to Dudley Diamonds and took a 2-1 half-time lead. Dudley equalized and the game could have gone either way, but it was Halas who scored the deciding goal. On the score sheet was Alex Baker, Jack Guest and man of the match, Dominic Hipkiss.

The U11's East won 11-0 against Kingswinford thanks to a fantastic performance.

Goals came from a hat-trick from Josh March, two goals from Jake Walley and singles from Ben Wyatt, man of the match Charlie Dudley, Alex Smith, Reece Marks, Josh Ezewele and Jon Rizzo.

A very even match against Gornal South saw the U12s run out 2-1 winners.

Goals were scored by Joe Ward and Jack Davis.

Despite a man of the match performance from Kieron Mickelduff, the U14s went down 2-0 to Stourbridge Glassboys.

The U14s dominated their match against Bearmore Knights scoring freely throughout the match for a 10-1 win. Goalscorers were Luke Saddler, Alex Dudley (2), Jamie Hewitt (2), Callum Ashton (2) and a hat trick from man of the match, Joshua Spencer.

Oldswinford Youth.

The U10s drew 3-3 with Wombourne Olympic.

On the scoresheet were Joseph Krysta-Salmons (2) and Jordan Riddell with Matthew Hill picking up the man of the match award.

The U11s picked up a 3-1 win against Penn Colts.

Goals were scored by men of the match Durrell Baggot (2) and Calvin Campbell.

The U15s claimed an impressive 4-1 win over Dudley Metz.

On the scoresheet were Jake Hill (2), Joe Parkes and Jack Raybould with Daniel Payne picking up the man of the match award.

Brierley Hill Bullets.

The U8s claimed a 10-3 win over Kewford Eagles South.

Man of the match Warren Neville (3), Ryan Perry (2), Kiran Stanford (2), Samuel Green, Rhys Evans and Dejon Billingham.

The U10s East went down 4-3 with consolation goals scored by Callum Broome (2) and Jake Parkes.

The U11s North won 4-0 at home to Castle Cobras.

Goals were scored by Niall Clarke (2), Callum Reed and Daniel Ferguson with Rhys Boswell picking up the man of the match award.

The U11s West were defeated 7-2 by Rowley Rangers.

Consolation goals were scored Sanjay Garcha and Shane Grainger.

The U12s East went down to Holy Name.

The U12s West were beaten 5-4 by Quinton Eagles West.

Danny Hall (3) and Kai Cartwright were on the scoresheet.

The U13s East went down 3-0 to Kewford Eagles.

The U14s East claimed to a 2-0 win over Forest Falcons NSC.

The U16s lost 6-1 to Withymoor Colts.

Man of the match Stephen Devonport scored a consolation goal.

Kingswinford AFC.

The U10s East played out a 2-2 draw with Warley Borough.

Goals were scored by Chris Allen and Harry Fernandes, with Tom Markham picking up the man of the match award.

Kewford Eagles The U12s East defeated Netherton East 3-1 thanks to goals from Tom Dudley, Jake Perry and Lewis Ganner.

Withymoor Tigers.

The U9s continued their good run of form by beating Woodsetton Wolves 7-0.

Goals came from Rhys Webb (3), Levi Spencer (2), Reece Colley and Jake Wilson.

Black Country Rangers The U10s won 2-1 to go eight points clear at top of Division Four.

Perez Bromfield bagged a brace while Macauley Bowen picked up the man of the match award.

The U9s lost 3-1 to Gornal Colts South.

A consolation goal was scored by man of the match Colin Raybould.

Withymoor Colts.

The third placed U10s South travelled to fourth-placed Netherton and pulled off a convincing 3-0 away win. First half goals by man of the match Joseph Duncan and a Calum White header were added to by Lucas Muckley halfway through the second half.

Enville Athletic.

The U16s progressed into the semi-finals of the Worcestershire County Cup with a convincing 4-0 win against a battling Areley Kings.

Enville took the lead inside the first two minutes with a brilliant move, resulting in a goal for Mark Sirrell.

In the second period U16s dominated the proceedings with some wonderful football in the poor conditions.

Further goals from Joe Pewton, Aaron Lloyd and Andy Ross sealed a great win for Enville.

The U 16's take in another cup match this coming Sunday with an away tie in the Birmingham County cup against Central Warwick title chasers Phoenix.

Pensnett Panthers.

The U10s drew 1-1 with Bilbrook Juniors.

Man of the match Thomas Griffiths scored the only goal.

Man of the match Ben Davies bagged a hat-trick in the U14s 3-3 draw with MNG Milanco.

The U15s beat Bearmore Knights 4-2.

Goals were scored by Ashley Bateman (2), Ryan Brookes and Alex Meguille with Brett Hughes pucking up the man of the match award.

The U17s went down 3-1 to the Black Country Lions.

A consolation goal was scored by Ryan Noakes with Liam Overton picking up the man of the match award.

Stourbridge Glassboys.

The U9s West won 2-0 against Halas Hawks with man of the match Connor Smith scoring both goals.

They also beat Penn Colts South 2-1.

Connor Smith and a penalty from Josh Poole sealed the victory, Jake Saxton was man of the match The U8s South recorded another big score, firing eight goals past Brandhall Colts without reply.

Mason Birch (3), Joe Scott (2), Oliver Friedl (2) and Josh Benson were on target.

The U10s drew 1-1 with Parkfield Dragons, Dan Moore scored and Jack McDonnell was man of the match.

The U8s West also drew 2-2 with Wordsley Wasps East.

Michael Ly scored both goals and Callum Davis was man of the match.

The U8s East lost 2-1 against Forest Falcons, man of the match Joshua Worrall scored the goal.

The U13s went down 9-0 against AFC Kingswinford, Dominic Richards was man of the match.

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Forest Falcons.

The U8s East won 2-1 away at Stourbridge Glassboys East.

Goals were scored by Ben Brindley and Josh Dowler.

The man of the match award went to Luke Tandy.

The U9s East lost 1-0 at home to Wordsley Wasps.

Ryan Haycock picked up the man of the match award.

The U10s East won 14-1 at home to Kewford Eagles West.

The U14s NSC lost 2-0 at home to Brierley Hill Bullets East with Callum Scott picking up the man of the match award.

The U17s won 2-0 away at Kewford Eagles.

Halesowen Town Colts.

The U8s played out the game of the season as they drew 5-5 against the Legion Lions.

With Legion being top of the league, Halesowen had to be at the top of their game.

Goals were scored by Connor Preece (3) and Dan Jones (2).

The U12s cruised into the quarter final of the Open Cup with a convincing 6-0 win over Kings Heath Concorde.

Goals were scored by Danny Waldron George Shakespeare, Matty Bennett, Tom Overfield and Matty Chappell.

The U13s won 3-2 at home to CCC, with Matt Jones grabbing a hat-trick.

The U14s went down 5-3 to Webheath Wanderers.

Goals were scored by Alex Osborne, Dale Collins and man of the match Tom Scott.

The U15s stay top of the table following a 5-1 win against Pheonix United.

Goals were scored by Richard Currier (2), Mark Turnbull Stefan Ashman and Andy Hutt.